Over at the Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal, an article I wrote about Owen Sound's cemetery is now online.
The featured names were Lethbridge and McAllister. This study shows how a variety of sources can provide different information and that only using one source concerning death leads to incomplete information. To gain a better understanding of who everyone was, non-death related sources are also needed.
The deed to the grave plot only tells who bought the plot and its location. The receipt shows how much Robert Lethbridge, Jr. paid for it.
A visit to the cemetery ground found the stones but not all the names were inscribed on the stones as was discovered when looking at the cemetery's online database. One name inscribed on the stone was not located in the database as Ontario's privacy laws prohibited its inclusion.
Census and vital records helped with determining relationships.
Not viewed were newspaper death notices/obituaries or the microfilm of the various cards in the Greenwood Cemetery files.